How to cut a circular, cylindrical cake into THREE EQUAL PIECES.

Measure the diameter. (Use unused, unminted dental floss, or food grade string. You get the idea.)

The radius is one-half the diameter.

From the center of the circle (the top of the cake, and yes, I know, this is done by hand, and will not be perfect), drag an imaginary “chord” (look this up: it’s a line segment shorter than the diameter, that goes from one point of the circle to another) parallel to a chosen diameter until you are half a radius length from the center.

From one endpoint of the chord to the radius to the other endpoint of the chord is 120 degrees, or one-third of the circle.

Cut this wedge out.

Cut the remaining cake in half.



You can prove this by cutting a circle into four quadrants, like they taught you in high school. Create an arc from zero degrees to just past 90 degrees, and another arc from zero degrees to just before 270 degrees. The smaller arc created you would want to be 120 degrees = one-third of the circle. If you put two right triangles back to back, sharing the center of the circle as a point on one edge of each triangle, you create two right triangles which share an edge along the radius that is pointing at 180 degrees. The angle created at each corner of the triangle which is sharing the center point of the circle is 60 degrees.

60 plus 60 = 120 degrees, is an arc carving out a third of the circle’s area.

The right triangle that is 30-60-90 degrees has sides 1/2 – sqrt(3)/2 – 1, for a unit circle. Multiply by radius “r” for any other length.

The side that is 1/2 is the side opposite the 30-degree angle. 1/2 the RADIUS.

So grab a string that is the length of the diameter. Double it to get half the diameter, or the radius. Mark out where along the 180-degree line where 1/2-radius is. Then create a chord parallel to the vertical diameter (90 degrees to 270 degrees), such that this chord intersects this point. Where the chord touches the circle are your two angle endpoints, and the center is the corner point of a 120-degree angle.

A cake cut into three equal parts.



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Jordan B. Peterson – Canadian clinical psychologist, cultural critic, and professor of psychology at the University of Toronto

Great speaker, vids are on YouTube. Highly recommended.




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Ultracrepidarianism is the habit of giving opinions and advice on matters outside of one’s knowledge.

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WARNING: chrome://browser/content/ is due to Firefox add-on LeechBlock

I don’t know WHAT THE FUCK is going on with Firefox, but do NOT use add-on LeechBlock. It’s a piece of shit add-on that I installed to try to stop shit advertising pages from loading. Instead, I get


every time I try to go to a website.


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Most number of marriages by an actor or actress? Highest “body count” I’ve come across: 8!

I recently saw “The Chapman Report”, a movie from the 60s. It’s loosely based on The Kinsey Report. Anyway, I like to look up the actors and actresses in What has always surprised me is the apparently high incidence of multiple marriages among members of the profession. One of the actors in “The Chapman Report”, Ty Hardon (who passed away this last August, 2017), was married EIGHT TIMES. Claire Bloom, who also appeared in this movie, was married 3 times, but, according to her biography, had had numerous affairs.

WTF is up with actors and actresses? Does this tendency toward multiple marriages point to a possible instability in personality, or perhaps a type of personality disorder?

Spouse (8)

Caroline Pampu (21 August 2007 – 3 August 2017)
Judy D. Hild McNeill (26 February 1978 – 3 August 2007) (divorced) (3 children)
Lyndell (1974 – ?) (divorced) (1 child)
Jenny Atkins (1971 – 1974) (divorced)
Francine Nebel (December 1965 – ?) (divorced) (1 child)
Marlene Schmidt (1 September 1962 – 21 August 1965) (divorced) (1 child)
Andra Martin (30 August 1958 – 1 June 1960) (divorced) (2 children)
Nancy Jean Hunt (4 April 1953 – ?) (divorced) (2 children)


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Scumbag recruiting agency Softpath System LLC can go eat out its own ass! Good luck,

Jesus Fucking Christ. I come home from a long day’s work, and, in my personal email, I find THIS shit:


This is (N.Nithesh) from Softpath System LLC. Softpath is a preferred nationwide staffing vendor to Fortune 500 companies in the US. We have an immediate opportunity with one of our clients. Please find the job description below and if you are interested, please forward your resume to (

Job Details:

Title:   Financial Analyst
Location:  Houston-TX
Targeted Duration:   Full Time

Required GPA: 3.5+
Job Description:

Job Role Responsibilities 
Candidates must have the ability to learn accounting systems such as SAP and the capability to manage multiple monthly priorities and deadlines. 
Key responsibilities include the following:
•Analysis of relationships between complex operations, related contracts and financial transactions 
•Communicating and implementing changes in accounting standards 
•Utilizing and updating computing systems to accurately record financial transactions
•Designing and evaluating controls 
•Improving financial and accounting processes
•Providing financial support to operating and financial organizations     
Through these activities you will participate in business decisions, improve our processes, and work closely with both financial and business line operating management. Many of our initial positions are located at manufacturing sites or headquarters facilities. You can expect to rotate through two to three assignments in the first four to five years allowing for a variety of experiences to build skills and knowledge.     
Demonstrated performance will lead to increasing responsibility and opportunities across the financial organizations (business analysis, financial reporting, accounting, and financial controls) and through various business lines (Upstream, Downstream, Chemicals) via job rotation. The career path for candidates exhibiting exceptional performance may lead to domestic and international relocation opportunities and significant management responsibility.            
ExxonMobil is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status

Have a wonderful day!!
Nithesh | Recruiter | Email:
Direct:6787837447 | Work: 404 315-1555 Ext.653 | Fax: 678-302-4488
Softpath System LLC | 3985 Steve Reynolds Blvd | Bldg C Norcross GA 30093



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BEST performance of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” – Patrick Stewart

As well as Kate Fleetwood’s performance as Lady Macbeth. OUTSTANDING! One of the best cinematic performances that I have EVER seen. Available on DVD through NetFlix.


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